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    Ahh I can definitely see the influence of Digital Tutors here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thokash View Post
    Ahh I can definitely see the influence of Digital Tutors here
    My thoughts exactly when I saw the small picture before clicking on it. I was excited, thinking that someone from Digital Tutors was showing more of their work, or maybe another video series. Still, it's really nice work. Clean and simple... I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmkenpo View Post
    My thoughts exactly when I saw the small picture before clicking on it. I was excited, thinking that someone from Digital Tutors was showing more of their work, or maybe another video series. Still, it's really nice work. Clean and simple... I like it.

    Have a blessed day,
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    Quote Originally Posted by andreoty1996 View Post
    I like the simplicity of my creations
    I love it. Great color choice. Digital tutor or not, you still had to go throught the process yourself. So kudos to you.
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    I want to make a render better if someone could tell me how to blend layers
    Turntable: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkSbD...ature=youtu.be
    Last edited by andreoty1996; 12-26-12 at 11:38 AM.

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    The new render retouched in After Effects


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    cool clean and simple styling . too blend layers you can after rendering in Z > render > bpr render passes click on and export
    passes you want to layer in external editor PS - if you have? or Gimp is free - use layer transparent settings - wand and select
    tools - filters ect. the possibilities are endless ! and to get full size images in your post use insert image above text field . cheers
    Last edited by Gary Komar; 12-27-12 at 11:00 AM.
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    Thanks for the help but if you look at the new render really already do it after efects

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